Key stage 3 (13-17 years old)
It is time which is critical for preparing the students for their next step. By this age our pupils are becoming leaders in the school, fulfilling the roles of young adults. They get involved in their community thought projects, while in their school time they are encouraged to purse all the activities that are offered, at academic, sporting and personal levels all the while staying focused on their goals.
9th to 12th are made up of compulsory core subjects which everyone studies, and a group of optional subjects .during this time our students develop as mentor, role model and peer support for the younger children in the school. Throughout their years at Stanford international school, we guide them to lay foundation for the creation of an adult who is comfortable articulating the views and taking on the responsibilities of a global citizen.
In the final school years classes 11 and 12 students take examinations for 12th.it is also the time that a student’s maturity is empowering them to think for and beyond themselves and we consider it important for our pupils to strengthen the tools of critical thinking which Stanford international school has helped them develop over their previous years with us. Students at Stanford international school will have reached a point in their school life in which they fully demonstrate their potential, where expectations are high and they are encouraged to make a positive contribution as leaders in our school.
Our senior students are positive role models to all around them. They will have developed into the global citizens that are a credit to themselves, their parents and certainly to us here at Stanford international school. It s a difficult yet memorable time for the staff here, especially those who have known students as they have grown into amazing young men and women, that they have become.
This is the bittersweet year when we say goodbye to them, and they enter their new status as graduates of Stanford international school.